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New Profile Requirements for Minors
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Due to recent mandates, we (SVSRA) are required to include an adult in any communication that we have with minors.
To accomplish this, there is now a new field in everyone's profile called "CCEmail". An email address in this field will automatically be "Carbon Copied" (CC) in all messages/emails sent via this site. If you are a minor (less than 18 years old), this field will be populated with the email address that you have filed with the WASRC as your "parent email". If you are a minor, the "CCEmail" field and your Date of Birth are locked out from modification (lockout releases when you reach age 18). If these fields are incorrect or if you need additional parent/guardian email addresses added, you will need to contact the webmaster for assistance.
Adults can utilize the ...

Local Training
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SVSRA is implementing supplemental website-based training for Referees. Some training will be required in order to work matches in our area (LOTG updates are an example). Other training will be optional. However, Referees who choose to do the optional training might get priority in match assignments. Referee Assignors will not be overriding the self-assign rules for a failure to complete the training. See Referee>Training for details and to get started.

Personal Meter
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wave PERSONAL METERS - Look in the UPPER RIGHT CORNER and click on each of the boxes that are red to CONFIRM your user data. - All of your boxes MUST be orange or green in order to be able to self-assign games! - You will need to re-verify everything each year at the start of the fall season. (An orange box means that you are within 30 days of expiring that segment.)

WYS/RCL U9-11 Player Development Initiatives
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The WYS/RCL U9-11 Player Development Initiatives are posted to our website. These rules apply to both NWU U9-12 Select and SkVYSA Rec matches played in our area. Note - NO rules difference between Select or REC U9-11 matches. Click the link to read the PDI pamphlet.Going

Managing the effect of Referee Abuse
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All, slides from Sara Myers presentation at our SEP Chapter meeting have been uploaded. Click the arrow below to view the PDF.Going

Trouble Registering with WASRC?
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If you are having trouble registering for a New Referee Clinic (a.k.a. Entry Level Clinic), we have a detailed tutorial that should help. Click on the link to see.Going

SVSRA Referee Abuse Policy
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SVSRA Referee Abuse Policy - please print/read and use.Going

Welcome to the Skagit Valley Soccer Referee's AssociationSkagit Valley Soccer Referee's Association (SkagitRefs) Site on Sunday, September 25th, 2022. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our SiteSite and find it informative and useful. You can navigate around our Site by selecting the active text and graphics you'll find throughout the Site. You can also return to this primary page by selecting the SkagitRefs logo located in the upper left portion of every page.

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The Table of Contents at the left of this panel provides access to the various segments of our Site. Select the specific area you are interested in to obtain an expanded set of choices for your chosen area of interest.

Note!If you are a current SkagitRefs participant, you can access the secure portions of our Site by clicking on Logon.

Not Familiar With Navigating Our Site?

If you need a guide to help you navigate and learn to use our site, just click on the help in the upper right corner of the page.

Need More Help?

We can be reached by email at the address listed under About Us.

Are You Interested In Becoming A Referee?

Please see the detailed information in the Help page.

  • After reading, you can start the process by registering with us . After you register, your name will go into our "waiting list". When we announce our next local New Referee Clinic, you will be notified by email.
  • If you are already a licensed Referee, you can go straight to the registration page.

Website Problems?

If you are having trouble or need help with the website, send an email to the Webmaster

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Our Home Page

Welcome to SVSRA!!

You have found our "Page Help" section. This is designed to help guide you along as you navigate our site.

If you are using a mobile device, you will likely find this a little easier to read by turning your device horizontal.

You have turned on the Page Help by clicking the help symbol in the upper right corner of the site. If you wish to turn this feature off, you can either click on the close symbol in the corner of the help.

Not all of the individual pages on the site have their own Page Help. But, most of the commonly used ones do. If you leave the Page Help turned on, it will automatically appear for all pages that have this feature available.

  • Note:
    If you are a registered user and you log in, you will have to turn on the Page Help again after logging in.

Public Portion of the Site

This is the public portion of the site. The segments in the left column do not require access credentials.

  • Evaluation
    This is where the public can file referee evaluations for matches which they may have watched in our area recently. This is commonly used by coaches, spectators, and league administrators. We may not respond directly to each evaluation. But, we do read them. We do address specific issues. We do commonly use the feedback in our ongoing training to help improve refereeing here in the Skagit Valley area. Positive feedback is certainly welcome here too! clap
  • Information
    There are several pages in this category. Feel free to browse them for more information about what we do and how we operate.

Looking To Reach Us?

See Information: About Us

Do You Want to Become a Referee?

If you are interested in joining our Referee Family, you will find more detailed information in the Help Menu.

Private Portion of the Site

If you are already an approved user of the site, you can proceed to Login-> .

If you are already a licensed Referee or are a club/team representative and need access to the private portion of the site, you can proceed to Register and create your profile. If you are already a licensed Referee or club/team representative, we usually process most registration requests within 2 to 4 days.

If you are not a licensed Referee, we do not activate your profile until you obtain your USSF license.